January 5, 2022 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Parish Hall
Assheton Court
Join our Slow Stitching Group – Speak with Rev Celia Jones or the parish office if interested
Slow stitching is a new art form built on old traditions. The movement was originally spearheaded by Mark Lipinksi, one of the quilting industry’s most well-known figures.

Slow stitching is a craft where modern creativity meets ancient practices; a craft that’s about the journey, not the destination. Slow stitching isn’t about mending or making garments from a pattern. Neither is it about working towards a goal or a timeframe.

Slow stitching is about using the needle and thread in the same way you’d use a paintbrush. It’s about creating art, about enjoying the process rather than worrying about the product.

Basically, slow stitching is about taking a step back from the busy, chaotic world we live in. It’s about appreciating the moment, about taking a few deep breaths and relaxing. In other words, it’s about mindfulness